Hovell Thomas : A true narrative of three wicked and bloody murthers committed in three several months : the first was at Oxford, committed by Thomas Hovell, a taylor; upon the body of John White, a schollar of Bealy-Colledge, through covetousness for his money. The second in London, done by a young lady upon her lover, by reason he had promis'd her marriage, and got her with child, she went to pistol him, but failing in that, she stabb'd him with a pen-knife. The third was done by a victualler on Bednal-Green, within two miles of London; who comming home late, run his wife through with a rapier, she being bigg of her first child. The reasons of these murthers, and how they was acted, the book within does more largely make mention.
How Now My Maisters Maryed Priestes : An answer to a papisticall byll, cast in the streetes of Northampton, and brought before the iudges at the last syses. 1570; Knell, Thomas.
How Samuel : The sufficiencie of the spirits teaching, without humane learning: or, A treatise tending to prove humane learning to be no help to the spiritual understanding of the Word of God written by S. How, to which is added a postscript written by William Kiffen, minister of the Gospel; How, Samuel.
Howard Cardinal : The Pope in a passion; or, Bad news for England. : Which was sent in a pacquet of advice from Rome, by Cardinal Howard, to the Popes nuncio; but miscarrying, is now published to prevent danger. : To the tune of, O brave Oliver, or O brave popery, &c.
Howard Charles 1713 : The Case of the Duke of Norfolk : represented to the supreme judicature of the kingdome, the lords in Parliament.
Howard Charles Of Arundell House : Brief directions how to tanne leather according to a new invention made out by severall of the principal tanners, : using Leaden-Hall Market.
Howard Craven : The merits of the election between the honourable Craven Howard, esq; petitioner, and Mr. Edward Pauncefort, one of the sitting members for the borough of Malmsbury
Howard Henry 1686 : A sad and true relation of a person found dead in Gun-Fields, on the back-side of Ratcliff-Highway : on Sunday morning, the 12th. of this instant September, 1686. Wherein he was found lying against a banck side in a ditch, to the great terror and amazement of all that beheld it, &c.
Howard Mary Lady : A True and perfect narrative of the great and dangerous risings in the western parts, near the borders of Wales, and the commissions brought by M. Smith, agent to the K. of Scots : likewise, a new discovery of the designs and intentions of the enemy ... with the advancing of Col. Okey to the city of Bristol ... and a list of the prisoners : together with a letter from Col. Okey, Col. West, and the governour of Hereford to the council, and an account touching Col. Massey, and Major General Brown.
Howard Philip Sir Active 1682 : The Dutch damnified: or, The butter-boxes bob'd. : Being a brief and true account how Sir Robert Holmes, Sir Phillip Howard, and Sir William Jennings ... burnt and destroy'd near a hundred and sixty saile of Dutch ships ... and all this performed ... with the losse of ten men on our side. The tune is, A fig for France, and Holland too, &c.